HOW WASHINGTON CREW GOT GOOD, THRIFTY SEISMIC IN BAD DATA AREA

Craig M. Jarchow Stanford University Stanford, Calif. Rufus D. Catchings, William J. Lutter U.S. Geological Survey Menlo Park, Calif. Countless mature, emerging, and frontier basins remain incompletely tested for hydrocarbons because aspects of their geology make it nearly impossible to acquire clear subsurface seismic images. One need only look as far as the most productive hydrocarbon provinces in the U.S. for examples of this problem. In parts of West Texas, most particularly the Val Verde

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